Mount St Mary Academy - Mercian Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)

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WW 'E Q 'fi 4 'm 0,15 , Mm 'zziiwfgyff Migaf H 4'b4'3W WML 1iw,hgfQ 5 + 'J I Y Q MW WW Q Q WWW A'5WZ55w 35f?j dj ' WN 'iffy wa 19 df , ,. i ' A . . , , h 4 , . V he THE ERCIAN Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS of MOUNT ST. MARYTS ACADEMY Little Rock, ArkanSaS ANN SAENGER, Editor BETTY Jo HOELZMAN, Business Manage AERIAL VIEW OF' MOUNT ST. MARY'S There on a hill top . . . stately in grace . . . grand as a picture . . . stands our Alma Mater . . . around whom, for a number of years, the dreams of the farsighted Hpowers that ben have seen building plans develop to meet the necessity of expansion .... During the next year, from architects, drawings, contractors' blue prints, and laborers' hours will evolve the realization of a dream . . . and Alma Mater, which added the convent annex in 1922 and the gymnasium in 1928, will display with pride, and with gratitude to her numerous bene- factors, the new St. Maryis High School. FUHEWUHD More than a century ago, the Sisters of Mercy set foot on the soil of Arkansas, following the divine command of their Master, "Going there- fore, teach ye all nations, teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you." Leaving the old World, they came to the new to teach, to instruct, and to impart the works of mercy. Inspired by the spirit of Holy Mother Church and emulating the pioneers of colonial days, they founded their first institution of learning on the banks of the Arkansas to safeguard the faith of a growing generation. The beginning was simple and humble but it survived in spite of war and periods of intolerance, as well as of restoration. With resources meager and numbers few, this foundation was moved a few years later, into the heart of the city, where work was again begun on a new institution. Time, the inexorable foe of human labors, took heavy toll of the once commodious school during the fleeting years. Its classrooms were no longer ample for the eager throng seeking admission, its conveniences too archaic for the modern students, so St. Mary's sought a new location, and the third foundation was located here at the Mount, in Pulaski Heights. After almost another half century, time again has taken its heavy toll and of necessity expansion must take place. With God's help, the encouragement of .our beloved Bishop, and the generous support of clergy, alumnae, friends and Well-wishers, we are now looking forward to a newer, larger, better edifice which can rise from the foundations of old, with 'Tor God and country" engraved on its corner stone. It is our fondest hope that our new school will be a credit to both, and as the years move on, may it send forth into the arena of public life and into the ranks of religion, true and zealous devotees, with love and homage for their Creator, and loyalty and devotion for their America. Thus the MERCIAN of 1953 attempts to portray, in picture and in story, some aspects of the training, during school days, which prepares the St. Mary's graduate to take her place in the world of tomorrow. The Must Heverend Albert L. Fletcher, UI. ' gigs of GENE IQMA l UEDIU-XTIU HIS EXEELLENEY we f RUel"el'lJ.f4!Lel"f ol? jkffhef, 3- 3. Bishop nf Little Huck A great soul, a fine character, a rare intellect, command respect and admiration in every walk of life. The world points with pride to a Columbus, a Washington, a Lincoln as benefactors of humanity, revealing new worlds, winning the freedom of a downtrodden nation, preserving the unity and integrity of a country. Their names are household words, their fame spreads far and wide, their deeds inspire young and old. In life they were feted and applauded, in death they are honored and revered. But more than three decades in the priesthood of Jesus Christ and, of these, more than a decade as a shepherd of souls outweigh and outshine all the achievements of the world however great and glorious they may be. This is the record of our shepherd of souls, the Most Rev. Albert Lewis Fletcher, Bishop of Little Rock. Historians may not chronicle his career, tradition may neglect his triumphs, but on that day of days when time is merged into eternity, all mankind will learn of his heroic life, and the Just Judge will render him the crown of justice. To him, as our Spiritual Leader, a humble and saintly man of God, a patron of learning, an apostle of progress, zealously interested in the advance of Catholic education in his Diocese, and because he has lent Wholehearted encouragement and support to Mt. St. Mary's plans for expansion, we, the class of 1953, gratefully and lovingly dedicate our yearbook, The MERCIAN. li Feed the Flock of God, which is among you, taking care of it, not by constraint but willingly, according to God. And when the Prince of Pastors shall appear, you shall receive a never failing crown of glory. QI Peter, V. 2-4.3 l! Very Hovorood Monsignor Thomas L. Hoaoy, Phd Chzfofain, .jzacAer, am! 6oucA, Our Chapfaing eadage fo fke gracluafw Dear Graduates of the Class of 1953: We have come to the parting of the ways and, as Tennyson once said, "Tears from the depth of some divine despair rise in the heart and gather in the eyes, in thinking of the days that are no more." The carefree happy school days are over for you. The time has come for you to take your places in that long line of graduates of Mt. St. Mary's Academy that extends down through more than a century of years and into the great beyond, where, we hope, many who have preceded you are enjoying the eternal bliss that comes to all who have served God faithfully. I have been told that the theme which runs through your MERCIAN this year is concerned with education. This is such an important subject that Aristotle once said of it, "All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends upon the education of the youth." It has been your good fortune to have received your education under the most aus- picious circumstances. Alexander the Great is best known for his military achieve- ments, but what interests us about him is what he said about his teacher, "I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well." My dear graduates, you are indeed indebted to your teachers, because they have taught you well. The Sisters, who have directed your education during your school days at Mt. St. Mary's, have been well qualified to teach according to every good standard. They have been trained scholastically so that they could qualify to teach in any approved educational institution, but that is only a minor part of the prepara- tion that is required of those who are to teach in a Catholic school. The Sister gives herself to God first of all. Her labor is one of love. Your teachers live lives of prayer and sacrifice. They teach you in the classrooms and they pray for you during their religious exercises, but they teach you best of all by their example, when they seem not to teach. I hope that you are mindful of these facts. I would not write a message to this or to any other class unless I thought that its members were honest and sincere in their desire to receive a message of truth and to ponder it well. You are about to break the tie that has bound you to your Foster Mother. You are going down the road that leads to many new and strange experiences. You may look back at the anxious faces of your teachers as they follow your progress. Whether you meet with success or failure, they will always be interested in you. They ask only that you live according to the principles that they have taught you. You may make occasional visits to your Alma Mater to refresh yourselves and to re- ceive advice and encouragement from your former teachers, but the old tie of teacher and pupil will not be there. We may all meet again but only in relays. "A chord is snapped in every parting and time's busy fingers are not practiced in splicing broken parts. Meet again you may. Will it be in the same way? With the same sympathies? With the same sentiments? Will the souls, hurrying in diverse paths, unite once more as if the interval had been a dream? Rarely." Your Alma Mater is attempting an expansion program. More classroom space is needed to accommodate an ever-increasing number of potential students. When you are called upon for a donation, give generously knowing full well that, were you as rich as Croesus, you could never pay for the value you have received. Such a benefaction can never be measured in money, but only by making it possible for others to drink from the same fountain which nourished you. And now let us lift a stirrup cup and pledge to each other a frequent memento in our prayers: "And though our paths be separate A d th ' t ' n y way is no mme, Yet coming to the Mercy seat My soul will meet with thine. And, 'God keep watch 'tween thee and me.' I'll whisper there. He blesseth thee, He blesseth me And we are near." --Thomas L. Keany. Very Heverend Monsignor John J. Healy, V. E Diocesan Superintendent of Schools mquiwcaf ,gil pace December 6, 1952 Rcfuiwcaf in fg ace "It matters not at what hour the righteous fall asleep." On December 6 came the sad tidings of the death of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Healy, V. G. Some twenty-five years before, in answer to the call of his Master, he had accepted the Lord as the portion of his inheritance. Like Samuel of old, he answered God's call, like Paul, he had asked, "Lord, what will thou have me to do ?" Twenty-five most fruitful years in the vineyard of Our Lord intervened before the call came to return to his Father's house. Shortly after ordination, the voice of authority of Holy Mother Church called him to the high responsibility of care of souls in our Catholic school system throughout the Diocese. Under the guidance and protection of Mary the Immaculate Mother of God, he devoted his time, his efforts, his life, to the Catholic school system. To dwell upon his achievements would be presumptuous, for his record speaks for itself as it reflects his great zeal, his kindly heart, his sterling devotion to the interests of Catholic education. For almost twenty-five years, he advised, counseled and assisted in formulating and maintaining the policies for our Catholic schools. Monsignor Healy was one of the founders of the Catholic School Institute which today has found its way into every Diocese of our country. It is especially in connection with the Diocesan Teachers Institute, held annually here at the Mount, that he will be most keenly missed by faculty and students of Mt. St. Mary's. His memory will live on as a guiding star in years to come, and, while we suffer his departure, we feel that his assistance ever will be forth- coming. In grateful remembrance, "May the angels lead him into paradise and the martyrs rejoice at his coming. May eternal light shine upon him. May he rest in peace." Amen. An ideal Belle of St. Mary's must try to study hard, you know . . . not just reading, writing, and 'rithmetic, but when and how and what to do . . . for pretty is as pretty does . . . she must not just act comme il faut . . . but should possess the best of reputation, charac- ter, and manners . . . soon will come the time when, clad in white . . . with a bouquet of red roses . . . the senior Miss will step forward to receive her diploma from the hand of our Most Rev. Bishop . . . her diploma, a passport into Christian womanhood. -Aer-node-in -a -A004 Senior Rings . . . Scholarship Exams . . . Answer Bells Promptly . . CAF Patrol . . . Retreat . . . Vocation Projects . . . CYO Convention teammate weft. litor . . . Absence Makes the Grades Go Lower . . . Building Fund umnae Banquet . . . Baccalaureate . . . Senior Proms . . . Graduation BETTY JO FOREMAN Born February 23, 1936, in Memphis, Tennessee Sodality 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 English Club Vice-President 35 Social Science Club Secretary 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Press Club 45 Class President 45 National Honor Society 4. One thing is forever gnorl5 Tha: one thing is Surress. SHIRLEY MARIE HOOKS Born September 2, 1936, in Slovac, Arkansas Sodality 2, 35 Sodality Catholic Truth Committee Co-Chairman 45 Glee Club 2, 45 English Club Secretary 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Social Science Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Class Secre- tary 4. A good laugh is sunshine in thc house. HELEN MARIE DUELMER. Born February 18, 1935, in New Blaine, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 35 Sodality Cath- olic Truth Committee Chairman 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Basketball 2, 35 Basketball Co-Cap-tain 45 Class Secretary 25 Glee Club 25 Commercial Club 3, 45 Social Science Club 35 National Honor Society 35 National Honor So- ciety Secretary - Treasurer 45 Press Club 45 League of Sacred Heart Promoter 45 Class Vice- President 45 Mount Staff 45 Mercian Advertising Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 4. And when fha: one Crea! Scorer Corn'-x ln write against your name He wrilwx not if you wan or lost, But how you played the game. THERESA ANN NABHOLZ Born July 19, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Latin Club Secretary 25 Basket- ball 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Eng- lish Club Program Chairman 35 Social Science Club 2, 35 Com- mercial Club 3, 45 Class Treas- urer 4. Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep, '1 5 X fx 1 f !, xg V ", K ' 1 X-...F X e' CLAUDINE ANN ALDRIDGE Born July 9, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Commercial Club 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Social Science Club 4. The must completely lost of all days Is zlmz on which one has not laughed. SANDRA EUGENIA AUSTIN Born March 29, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas English Club 3, Spanish Club Vice-President 33 Spanish Club 45 Social Science Club President 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, Rocket Varsity Cheerleader 4. Nothing grvul was ever uchiersnl ucithoul rnthuxnkzxm. MARY KATHERINE BARHAM Born January 29, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Latin Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Social Science Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 43 Glee Club Secretary 4, Special Chorus 3, 4. Great thoughts came from the heart. ANN DOLORES BARRE Born September 2, 1935, in Jonesboro, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Class Secretary 33 English Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Special Chorus 3, 4, Social Science Club 35 Sweetheart of the Senior Class 4, Sodality Co-Chairman Parish Committee 4. Starred forget-me-nal: smile sweetly. SUZANNE CATHERINE BISHOP Born December 19, 1935, in Springfield, Illinois Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 23 English Club 35 Social Science Club 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4. What dnxl lhnu bring to me, 0 fair lonlormw? ANNA MARIE BOEHMER Born April 15, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 3, Social Science Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Mercian Advertising Staff 4. S0 sweel the blush of bashfulnzss, E'en pily .vcarre can wish iz less. CORNELIA ANNE BRANDON Born June 12, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Social Life Committee 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Social Science Club 3, 4, Commercial Club Vice-President 3, Spanish Club Treasurer 3, 4, Mercian Advertising Staff 4. Arguments out of a prelzy mouth an, unanswerable. MILDRED BOOTH Born June 2, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Cath- olic Mission Committee Chair- man 4, Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Glee Club 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Maid to Alumnae Bazaar Queen 4, Senior Ball Committee. The f1'nr'xz eloquence is fha! which gets things rlrmr. CARROLL ANN BRAY Born December 22, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, English Club Treasurer 3, Social Science Club 2, 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4. I never fnunrl the companion that was so compunionable as solitude. MARY KATHRYN BRADY Born November 11, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Eu- charistic Committee Co-Chair- man 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Rocket Junior Cheerleader 1, Social Science Club President 3, Social Science Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Glee Club Vice-President 4, Special Chorus 3, 4, League of Sacred Heart Recording Secretary 4, Press Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Basketball Manager 4, Mount Staff 4, Library Assistant 4, Mercian Staff 4. Kindness gives birllz lo kindness. IDA JAYNE BROWN Born July 27, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Latin Club 2, English Club President 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Social Science Club 3, 4, Rocket Cheer- leader 4. Much holiday for arf.: and friendshiffs sake. K, PATRICIA ANN BUTLER Born June 4, 1936, in St. Louis, Missouri Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 23 English Club 35 Social Science Club 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4. Speech ix great: but silence is grwner f fy ff! HELEN DOROTHY BYRNES Born November 18, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Social Science Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4. .4 pirlurv is u poem wilhuut words. 5, l MONA ANN EMMERLING Born August 3, 1935, in Columbus, Ohio Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Glee Club 23 Press Club 41 Commercial Club 3, 4Q Social Science Club 35 Le cercle francais 43 Rocket Varsity Cheerleader 43 Rocket Homecoming Maid 4, Maid to Bazaar Queen 4. Hrr angel's face, as the greal eye of heaven shynrd bright. And mudf- a sunshine in the xhurly place, MERCIA ROSE FAHRION Born October 1, 1934, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Latin Club President 2, Spanish Club 33 Spanish Club Secretary 43 Social Science Club 3, Eng- lish Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. The milflvxl manners and Ihr gvnllesl heart. PATRICIA ANN DOWN IN G Born November 15, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Social Science Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 4. Urrzllllzvnl nf a Irwzfk and 1 .cyl if , , . iflLa'!!f'5'A!!' " """'4 lf , 44 ' 1' KATHERINE HADLEY Born January 14, 1935, in Lake Village, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, Social Science Club 4. Cautenlmenz is nulurul wealth, BOBBIE JEAN HAMLING Born January 14, 1936, in Morrilton, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, English Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4, Commercial Club P r o g r a m Chairman 4, Social Science Club 35 Rocket Varsity Cheerleader. In each 1-limfk appears a pretty dimplr. JOAN HARRIS Born March 27, 1935, in Forrest City, Arkansas RUTH HARDCASTLE Born December 1, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 35 Sodality Parish Com- mittee Chairman 4g Latin Club 2, 31 Glee Club 2, 4, Basketball 3, 45 Social Science Club 31 Commercial Club 3, 4, Press Club 45 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. For :Ima haxz given in this beaureous fare, A wnrlrl of earthly blessings ta my soul. CAROLE ANN HART Born November 28, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Commercial Club 4, Spanish Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Club 4. 2, English Club 33 Commercial And her face so fair szirr'd with her dream Club 3' 4: Social Science 3' As rose leaves with the air. MEFCl3n AdV6l'tlSll'lg' Staff 4. The woman who loves and laughs must xure do well. ANN LOUISE HARRELL Born February 23, 1935, in Vicksburg, Mississippi Latin Club 2, 35 English Club Treasurer 3, Social Science Club 35 Social Science Club President 4, Commercial Club 3, Commer- cial Club Secretary 4. Come aml trip it as we gn, Url. the liglzz fantastic toe. DOROTHEA ROZAN HART Born December 9, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Social Science Club 2, 3, English Club 3, League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Basketball Assistant Man- ager 4g Mercian Advertising Staff 4. Small in. stature, but large in nature JANE FRANCES HAUBURSIN Born July 16, 1935, in Wichita, Kansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Vice- President 13 Latin Club 13 Latin Club Treasurer 23 Class President 33 English Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Special Chorus 43 Social Science Club 33 League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. .4 lovely being, srurrvly formed nr moulded, A rnsv with ull ilv m'r'e'!e'sI le'a1.'r's as yet unfnlflwl. MAGDALENA HAURY Born April 28, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 43 Com- mercial Club 3, 43 Social Science Club 33 Social Science Club Secretary 43 Spanish Club Sec- retary 33 Spanish Club 43 Press Club 3, 43 League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 33 League of the Sacred Heart President 43 Mount Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 43 National Honor Society 4, Tlzuu art as gvnlle as zephyrs bluwing beluw ilu' viulrl. VIRGINIA CHRISTINE HEINZE Born May 22, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Our Lady's Committee Co-Chairman 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 13 Latin Club Program Chairman 23 Commercial Club 33 Commercial Club Parliamen- tarian 43 Social Science Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 33 Na- tional Honor Vice-President 43 Press Club 33 Press Club Presi- dent 43 Mount Editor 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Mercian Staff 43 Senior Ball General Chairman 4. Gentle aj spevrh, bvnefkent of mind. DOROTHY MARIE HENDERSON Born June 7, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois Sodality 1, 2, 33 Class Secretary 13 Sodality Social Life Commit- tee Chairman 43 Latin Club 1, 23 League of the Sacred Heart Treasurer 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Glee Club President 43 Special Chorus 2, 8, 43 Le cercle francais. Laugh and the wnrlrl laughs with you. SUSAN HAWKINS Born January 30, 1935, in Jackson, Mississippi Social Science Club 43 Commer- cial Club 4. High rrecled thoughls, Seuled in tha' hear: of Courlexy. K ELIZABETH JOANN HIRYAK Born January 12, 1936, in Slovactown, Arkansas Sodality 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 English Club Treasurer 33 So- cial Science Club 33 Glee Club 2, 43 Special Chorus 43 Commer- cial Club 33 Commercial Club President 4. The rising bluxhes, which her cheek o'er spread, Are opening roses in the lily'.v bed. ' ,rf z , . Q tiff 'X JP 'il' i 'Pgyx ELIZABETH HOELZEMAN Born July 21, 1935, in Morrilton, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 35 Social Science Club 33 English Club Vice- President 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 4, Mercian Business Manager 4. Not loo serinux, not 1110 gay, But an ideal girl in every way. P , ' . 'rr' 'V PATRICIA FLORENCE JOHN SON Born March 28, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Rocket Junior Cheerleader 1, Latin Club 1, 25 English Club 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Social Science Club 2, 3, 4, Press Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 4, Mount Staff 3, 4g Maid to Alumnae Bazaar Queen 45 Quill and Scroll 4. Her very frnwns are fairer far, lhan smiles of other rmzirlrns arff. JACQUELINE LEE HURLEY Born August 5, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Co-editor of "The Socialist" 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Social Science Club 3, 45 Press Club 43 Mount Staff 4, Mercian Staff 4. Fair ivurrls glullflvn sn many a heart. MARGARET ANN JONES Born November 5, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Social Science Club 3, English Club 35 Com- mercial Club 3, 4. Happy am I: from 1-are I'm free! CARMEN ELVIRA JIMENEZ Born September 18, 1933, in Panama, Rep. de Panama Sodality 4, Glee Club 43 Com- mercial Club 4. Wl1r'rl .vhe smiles, lhen' ix rriixchicf in her eyes. CAROLYN ELIZABETH KEATTS Born October 10, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 23 Social Science Club 3, English Club 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4. Why uren'l :hey all runtvnted like me. 4 In . i iv. tiny, preily, u'1'lty, L-hrirrning darling she. THERESIA MARIE KOEHLER Born December 4, 1933, in Marche, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 4. Her glossy hair mm f-Iuslefzl 11"-r hw lzmu-. HELEN HENRIETTA KONECNY Born April 27, 1935, in Slovac, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. ll ix gumi to lvlzgfhvn to the las! 11 Sunny nmml. in NORMA CARROLL LEHMAN Born December 28, 1934, in Little Rock, Arkansas NANCY JANE LETT Born September 22, 1935, in Charleston, Missouri Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Our Lady's Committee Co-Chairman 43 Spanish Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club President 33 Latin Club 43 Com- mercial Club 43 National Honor Society 4. The world knows nothing of ils greatest men. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Social Science Club 33 Glee Club 23 English Club 33 Le cercle francais 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. Joy fumes and goes, hope ebbs and flows like the' wave. MILDRED LANNIE Born June 27, 1935, in Center Ridge, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4. She'.s happy here, .slzf".v happy zhere, She spreafls her glailrzfwx everywhere. PATRICIA MAUREEN LIPSMEYER Born May 14, 1936, in Bigelow, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 4. Nothing ever, hardly ever, troubles her, MARIA MADRIGAL Born August 2, 1934, in Sancti-Spiritus, Las Villas, Cuba Sodality 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 4, English Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4. Her eyes as stars of twilight fair Like lwilighl, loo, her duxky hair. PATRICIA ANN MCCARTHY Born July 4, 1935, in DeLand, Florida Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Pub- licity Committee Co-Chairman 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Social Science Club 3, 4. Always laughing, never sad, Srznwlinxfs naughiy, never bud. PEGGY HELEN MARKS Born October 21, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Commercial Club 3, Social Science Club 3, 4, English Club 3, Glee Club 4. The :Inc-bead gem. of earth and sky begotten. SARA ANNETTA MEEHAN Born August 3, 1935, in Cotton Plant, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Apos- tolic Committee Co-Chairman 4, Class President 1, Latin Club 1, Latin Club Program Chair- man 2, Basketball 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club Special Chorus 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, A'Commer-Chat" Editor 4, Press Club 3, Press Club Sec- retary 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Le cercle francais President 4, Mount Associate Editor 4, Mercian Advertising Staff 4, League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 2, 3, 4, Rocket Varsity Cheerleader 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Ball Committee. To see her is to lnuz her and Iour her but forever. PATRICIA ALICE MASSERY Born December 24, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Cheerleader 1, Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Social Science Club 3, Commer- cial Club 3, 4. Her voice is blilhe, her heart is light, Her eyes are like the stars of nighl. SARA MARIA MULLINS Born January 5, 1935, in Dallas, Texas Sodality 1, 2, 3, Sodality Apos- tolic Committee Co-Chairman 4, English Club 3, League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Press Club 4, Commercial Club 3, 4. 0, why has happinexx sn .vhurt 41 day. Commercial Club 3, English ANGELINE MUZQUIZ Born December 1, 1934, in San Antonio, Texas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 25 English Club President 31 Commercial Club 3, Social Science Club 2, 3. Allurml la hrighlvr worlds limi If-d the way. MILDRED EVELYN NOVAK Born November 10, 1935, in Hazen, Arkansas Latin Club 2, 3, Social Science Club 31 English Club 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4. ssessed uf u genial and happy nalue l I MELODY ANN NANGLE Born January 23, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club Secretary 33 Spanish Club Program Chair- man 4g Social Science Club 4, Commercial 35 English Club 33 Rockets Varsity Cheerleader 4. Ohf ruulvl you view the rnvlolly nj every grave, and muxiz' of her fave, MARY LOU O'CONNOR Born January 28, 1936, in Detroit, Michigan Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Social Science Club 33 English Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4, League of Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 4, Rocket Varsity Cheerleader 4, Mercian Staff 43 Senior Ball Committee. An Irish zwinkle made her Pye. PATRICIA ANN NORD Born November 6, 1934, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 23 Glec Club 2, 35 Social Science Club 3, 4, English Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4. Charizy . . . 11 virtue of the heart u of the' lmml BOBBIE CAROL PATTON Born November 11, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Club 3, Social Science Club 4. .4 light heart lim-x long. nl HELEN DEAN PETERS Born September 5, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, English Club 3, Social Science Club 3, Spanish Club 4. Promii ' must given when the least is said. MARY ANN RAND Born June 16, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Commer- cial Club 3, 4, Social Science Club 3, Le cercle francais 4. Elegant ai simplicily and warm as ecxlasy. JUDITH PLATT Born July 15, 1935, in Middletown, New York Glee Club 4, Le cercle francais 4, Spanish Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Belles Cheerleader 4. Whence that lhrffe-cornered smile of bliss? Three: angels ,gave thee at once u kiss. MARCIA ANN REEVES Born January 30, 1935, in Lonokc, Arkansas English Club 3, Social Science Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Com- mercial Club 3, Commercial Club Vice-President 4. Thine eyes une springs in whose e and silenz wafers heaven is sez MARY EVELYN PRIEST Born June 1, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Junior Cheerleader 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Special Chorus 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Social Science Club 3, English Club 3, Com- mercial Club 3. A lizzie rinnxvlzxe naw ani zhwz, lx r1'1ixhr'1l hy the best of men. ANN RENNEKER Born May 4, 1935, in Clarendon, Arkansas Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Social Science Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Basketball Co- Captain 4. Play up, play up, and play the gain LIANE RUTH RHEIN Born June 30, 1935, in Ketsch, Germany Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Mis- sions Committee Co-Chairman 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 2, 3, 43 English Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Social Science Club 33 Class Treasurer 33 Special Chorus 43 Le cercle francais 43 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. A jane utth gladneas oxlerspread, Soft xrrzilffx, by human kz'nJrm.vx bred. ANN TERESA SAENGER Born October 3, 1935, in Newport, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Vice- Prefect 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Bas- ketball 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Special Chorus 2, 3, 43 Social Science Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 League of the Sacred Heart Sacristan 33 League of the Sac- red Heart Promoter 43 Junior Mount Editor 33 Press Club 33 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Press Club Vice-President 43 Mount Asso- ciate Editor 43 Bazaar Queen 43 Mercian Editor 4. The Earth .wwllzerl lo lnlw' her, The Heu1'1'n.s smiled allow' her. FREIDA ANNE SCHLATTE RER Born April 11, 1935, in North Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 33 Glee Club 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 Basket- ball 3, 43 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. .-intl her sunny locks hang on her temples Like u golden fleece i DOLORES SCHNEIDER Born July 29, 1935, in North Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 33 Rock- et Junior Cheerleader 13 Com- mercial Club 3, 43 Mercian Ad- vertising Staff 4. Hel eyes are homes ol silent prayer. MARIAN NE SHIRLEY Born September 21, 1935, in St. Louis, Missouri Sodality 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 Press Club 3, 43 Le cercle francais 43 "Sodalist" Artist 43 Senior Ball Committee. Deep brown, eyes running owl with glee, JANIS ELAINE SHOCKEY Born April 24, 1934, in Jenkins, Kentucky Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Social Science Club 33 Press Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 League of the Sacred Heart Promoter 3, 4. Her face is like the Milky Way in the sky, A meeting of gentle lights without a name. MARY VIRGINIA SMITH Born July 29, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Social Science Club Secretary 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 English Club 35 Le cercle francais 45 Rocket Var- sity Cheerleader 45 Catholic High Homecoming Queen 4. The Iigh! upon her facc, Shinm from Ihe' windows of another world. MARY ANNA ST. CLAIR Born October 22, 1935, in St. Louis, Missouri Sodality 3, 45 Co-Editor of Sodalist 45 English Club 35 Spanish Club President 35 So- cial Science Club 35 Spanish Club Vice-President 4. A .novel ullmctive kind of gruf-rv, Conlinuul vonifon in her face. BETTY ANN SUTTON Born March 29, 1936, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 35 Sodality Eu- charistic Committee 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Commercial Club 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Press Club 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Mount Staff 45 Mercian Advertising Staff 4. Her eyes in lwurvn lhrough the airy region xlrvam so bright, JOANNA VAN DYKE Born December 12, 1936, in New York City Sodality 45 Le cercle francais Secretary 4. A daughter of the godx divinely lull. RUTH ANN STRAESSLE Born September 3, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 35 'Sodality Prefect 45 Latin Club 25 Class Presi- dent 25 Social Science Club 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 League of Sacred Heart Promoter 45 English Club 35 Le cercle fran- cais Program-Chairman 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. The heart lo 1-orzr-4-ive, the undersmluling to direrr, or 1111- hand lo execute. A NORMA JEAN WALKER Born July 9, 1934, in Searcy, Arkansas Rocket Junior Cheerleader 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Class Vice- President 25 Social Science Club 35 English Club 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Le cercle francais 45 Rocket Varsity Cheerleader 45 Rocket Homecoming Maid 45 Maid to Bazaar Queen 4. lj vyes were rruzde for seeing, Then beauty i.x 'I own exruse ,lol being. BETTYE LOU WATSON Born February 14, 1935, in Little Rock, Arkansas Sodality Publicity Committee Co-Chairman 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Social Science Club KATHERINE JOAN WILLIAMS Born August 31, 1935, in San Antonio, Texas MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS Born August 31, 1935, in San Antonio, Texas Sodality 1, 2 3, 43 Latin b Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, Glee lub 2, 41 S cial 4 oc S 31' ' 1 Scien Club 3 i C m ercial Club 3, 43 Baske 1, 21 Glee Club S, 4. . S B . ,W :uf .f , .4ml every flew-mlmp paints her bmw. I A thrill' f u happy voice, Q Ax P I gxpfglgkl the day' Ami the 112,12 of u pleuxunl eye. " QQ, 'L' ' 1 X, , of f I, X, Q66 I HELEN JANE WHITEHEAD Born July 15, 1934, in Tulsa, Oklahoma Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Secre- tary 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 33 Commercial Club Program Committee 43 Press Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 33 Na- tional Honor Society President 43 Mount Staff 43 Basketball Assistant-Manager 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Mercian Staff 4. Chwrfulnrss is a friend lu gmzv. THERESA MARY ZACKERT Born November 4, 1935, in Kansas City, Missouri Sodality 1, 2, 33 Sodality Treas- urer 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer 23 League of Sacred Heart Pro- moter 2, 3, 43 English Club Secretary 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Special Chorus 43 "Com- mer-Chat" Assistant Editor 4. The sweetest thing thu! ew: guru' beside' a humun door. MARGARET FRANCES ZAKRZEWSKI Born March 1, 1934, in Marchc, Arkansas Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 English Club 33 Social Science Club 33 Commercial Club 3, 4. 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Fourth row: Brenda Scott, Linda Sharp, Mary Ann Showen, Patricia Siepiela, Regina Simmons, Jane Frances Smith, Mary F. Spinneweber, Esther Stevenson, Mary L. Strassle. Fifth row: Marilyn Sweetman, Patricia Taylor, Carolyn Waggener, Mary E. Wankum, Mary F. Wellinghoff, Gerre Williams, Patricia Williams, Nancy Younts, Joan Zaloudek. Not pictured, Diane Bynum. The typical Belle is always hustling and bustling around with plenty to distract her from studies, but she doesn't mind, because Hall work and no play makes Jack a dull boyw . . . and no Belle could be a dull gall . . . The clubs and organizations around the campus hold quite an attraction for indus- trious Belles . . . clever and well trained mem- bers can wield a gavel or quote parliamentary procedure in several languages, or whip up party or program plans on a minuteis notice. md -lzer-his gel'-in-fda L SHL Induction Amo, Amas, Amatw . . . National Honor . . McCall Fashion Contest Students' Use of Elevator Forbidden Off the Records . . . UAT . . . ala Seanee Est Ouvertew . . . Q 81 S Lines and Deadlines . . . Tour of State Capitol . . . Adios, Senoritas ow sis Sodality officers, seated left to right, are: Connie Brandon and Dorothy Henderson, Social Life Committee Co- Chairmeng Virginia Heinze and Norma Lehman, Our Lady's Committee, Helen Whitehead, Secretaryg Terry Zackert, Treasurerg Kathryn Brady and Betty Sutton, Eucharistic Committee, Ruth Hardcastle and Ann Barre, Parish Committee. Standing, left to right: Shirley Hooks, Catholic Truth Committee, Patty McCarthy, Publicity Committee, Liane Rhein and Mildred Booth, Missions Committee, Helen Duelmer, Catholic Truth Committee, Ruth Straessle, Prefectg Ann Saenger, Vice-Prefectg Sara Meehan and Sally Mullins, Apostolic Committee, Mary Ann St. Clair, Jackie Hurley and Marianne Shirley, "Sodalist" Staff. Absent from picture, Betty Lou Watson, Publicity Committee Co-chairman. Inset: Ruth Straessle, Prefectg Ann Saenger, Vice-Prefectg Helen 'Whitehead, Secretary, and Terry Zackert, Treasurer. O! CU"g The new Sodality year began early in Septem- ber With the announcement of the new officers made by Sister Mary Mark, Sodality Moderator. This organization, under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the oldest and largest on the campus. Sodality meetings were held on Friday after- noons during the Religion period. The agenda of the meetings usually consisted of skits, talks, and quizzes written by the Sodalists and a propos to a particular season or feast. The Little Office of the Immaculate Conception was recited in the Chapel in honor of the Blessed Mother, on each first Friday. On December 12, a record number of 87 new members was received at a ceremony in the Chapel conducted by Very Rev. T. L. Keany, Sodality Director. The annual Sodalists' retreat was conducted March 18, 19, 20, by the Reverend Anthony Maher, C.P. Activities for the year consisted of a S.D.S. style show of modest formals held early in the fall. Christmas baskets were prepared for the poor during the holiday season. The Sodalists undertook to collect religious articles for the "adopted" mission in India. Postal cards were written to radio station KARK with thanks for sponsoring the Catholic Hour in Little Rock. A large number of the Sodalists attended the reception of the five St. Mary's graduates who received their white veils at an impressive cere- mony March 12 in Webster Groves, Missouri. A11 the Sodalists took part in the annual May crowning, held this year on St. J'ohn's Seminary grounds as part of the convention of the Arkan- sas chapter of the IFCA. .,., , 'mv' .- League of the Sacred Heart officers are, seated, left to right: Janis Shockey, corresponding secretaryg Gaye Stormes, vice-president. Standing, left to right: Betsy Weber, sacristang Kathryn Brady, recording secretary Betty Emrick, treasurer, and Maggi Haury, president. ea ue office .S3acrec!,i1learf Monsignor T. L. Keany, academy chaplain, re- ceived 27 juniors and seniors as promoters of the League of the- Sacred Heart, during a formal ceremony held in the Chapel in February. After receiving their crosses and diplomas, the Pro- moters consecrated themselves to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and promised to promote His love in the hearts of others. Under the direction of Sister Mary Stanislaus, this promise was fulfilled with the formation of a band of at least 15 members by each Promoter. To each of her band members, the Promoter explained the benefits, advantages, and duties of being a member of the Apostleship of Prayer, distributed the monthly League leaflet, and col- lected their intentions and good works. At meetings, held on the last Friday of each month, the Promoters studied their handbooks, and received the supplies and information to help carry out the interests of the Sacred Heart. Among other projects, a committee was named to oversee the care of the campus grotto of the Sacred Heart. sr, V 6 e .pf l A Social Science Club officers, left to right: Ann Harrell, Missy Wright, Cathy Berg, Maggi Haury, Gaye Stormes and Sandra Reinhart, who served as presidents and secretaries of the club sections. ociafsgzience Under the sponsorship of Sister Mary Ita, the Social Science Club composed of students in the American History and United States Government classes began their activities in October with elec- tion of officers. The officers consisted of a presi- dent and secretary from each class section. The main function of the club was for panel discussions on current national and international questions. The debates were presided over by a moderator with four girls on the affirmative side and four girls on the negative side giving their views on the subject being discussed. The class then asked questions which were directed at either side to help them understand the subject. On special days papers and reports were given to commemorate important persons and events. Special emphasis was placed on the recent presi- dential and gubernatorial campaign. A mock election was conducted in the classes. A trip to the state legislature in March proved to be the most interesting event of the year. It gave the students a first hand view and a clearer under- standing of the way that our government works. Meetings were held monthly during the regular Government or American History class periods. Commercial Club officers, seated, left to right are: Ann Harrell, secretary, Betty Hiryak, president, and Gerre Ann Poat, treasurer. Standing, left to right: Sara Meehan, "Commer Chat" editor, Virginia Heinze, parliamen tariang Marcia Reeves, vice-president, and Bobbie Hamling, program chairman. we Commerciaf Striving for a higher proficiency in the secre- tarial course, the Commercial Club, an organiza- tion of nearly one hundred and fifty students, was reorganized in October under the sponsor- ship of Sister Mary Thomasine. The club meet- ings were held in the auditorium at 11:30 on the third Friday of each month. A special study of parliamentary law was conducted. Skits, talks, contests, and quizzes, all bearing on business matters were presented. Class projects included typing thousands of envelopes for the P.T.A., for the Catholic Youth Organization, the Alumnae Association, and for the Arkansas Crippled Children's Association. Fifty per cent of the Commercial Club dues was presented to Sister M. Mark for the building fund, the rest was used for commercial room supplies. Second year shorthand students earned their eighty-word certificates for a ninety-five per cent accuracy in February. Marcia Ann Reeves won the Gregg Shorthand Award. The sixty-word Competent Typist Award was presented to Ann Saenger. Spanish club officers, left to right: Connie Brandon, treasurerg Mercia Fahrion, secretary, Sandra Austin piesldentg Mary Ann St. Clair, vice-presidentg and Melody Nangle, program chairman. cfm ep... E1 Club Espanol, under the direction of Sister Mary Helen, Spanish instructor, resumed activi- ties in September with the election of the officers pictured above. Sandra Austin, president, and Melody Nangle, program chairman, conducted the meetings and planned the programs. With the help of the Spanish-speaking foreign pupils, the meetings included exhibits of Mexican fine arts and craft work, folk dances and native songs. At Christmas, Un Feliz Navidad was enjoyed by members of the club with singing of carols in Spanish. On St. Valentine's Day, the pupils exchanged Valentines of their own design with original Spanish verses. For the March meeting a program was given entirely by the young Spanish girls who recited poetry, sang their favorite Spanish songs and demonstrated some of their native dances. The meetings helped to fulfill the purpose of the club to arouse student interest in the Spanish people, their manners and customs. El Club Espanol closed its activities for the school year with an enjoyable small Fiesta, held in May. ' ,Q S French Club officers, left to right: Luci Moran, treasurer, Joan Ogle, program committee member, Joanna Van Dyke, secretary, Sara Meehan, presidentg Mary Lou VVomack and Ruth Straesslc, program committee members, and Missy Wright, vice-president. Absent from picture, Ann Hardcastle, program committee chairman :L CML :Qrancaid Under the supervision of Sister Mary Frances, French Instructor, Le Cercle Francais began its new year of activities with election of the officers pictured above. Through this organization its members seek to learn about the French people, their language and their customs. "French for the Modern World" has been the theme of this year's work. L'esprit de Noel prevailed as the members learned French Christmas Carols and serenaded the other classes as they paraded through the halls, the day before school was dismissed for the holidays. To celebrate St. Valentine's Day, the club en- joyed a coke party at which they exchanged home-made Valentines bearing original French verses. Games were played in French and French songs were sung. The April meeting featured a "Fete des F0us" and consisted of games and stunts in keeping with the April Fool's spirit of fun. Members of the first year French class placed on display in May the projects undertaken to show "French in English." The posters, booklets, and charts included displays of samples of materials or cosmetics, pictures of articles of dress, home furnishings, foods, etc., with French names. Some of the booklets were on French artists, musicians, or writers. Le Cercle Francais will close its activities for the year with a celebration of May Day when they will join with the members of El Club Espanol for joint closing activities. . fa l , vvfiws. 1 1 ,,., ,,,.,.,. ' " ' f W fifw f, .Q Ewa. we Q51 5359, g f, . 'F W af! Latin Club officers, left to right: Lucy Marchese, presidentg Carolyn Durio, vice-presidentg Barbara Linsky secretaryg Joan Dickmann and Linda Besancon, program committeeg Ann Bell, treasurerg and Marilyn Hoelze man program chairman. ofafin The official opening of the Latin Club for the year 1952-53 was marked by the election of club officers under the sponsorship of Sister M. Philippa. Meetings were held regularly and on days of special celebration. The most outstanding events of the year were the Halloween party, the pre-Christmas meeting, the Valentine party and the St. Patrick's Day celebration. The February party featured the exchanging of Valentines written in Latin and the reading of several interesting reports. Latin Bingo was played and prizes were awarded to the winners. St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with a report on the life of St. Patrick and singing several familiar Irish tunes. "Latin Week" was celebrated in a special way during April. The purpose of the Latin Club is to familiarize its members with a knowledge of the background and customs of the early Romans. W? ti 'sf Qi Q: 'WV' Mount Press Club members of the Mercian Chapter of Quill and Scroll are, left to right: Helen VVhitehead Maggi Haury, Patti Johnson, Kathryn Brady, Helen Duelmer, Sara Meehan, Betty Sutton and Virginia Heinze and Anne Saenger, right, inducted last year as a junior, who conducted the candle lighting initiation ceremony Qui ana! Sm! The thirteenth annual initiation ceremony for members of the Mercian Chapter of Quill and Scroll, international honor society for high school journalists, was held during the latter part of April under the sponsorship of Sister M. Frances, retiring as moderator to be succeeded by Sister M. Stanislaus. Ann Saenger, MERCIAN editor, and associate editor of the MOUNT, conducted the impressive candle lighting ceremony. Ann completed all the requirements for induction and obtained full membership during her junior year. A brief his- tory of the Society was given, followed by lighting the candle of Truth. From Truth, each of the other candidates lighted candles symbolic of lnitiative, Opportunity, Leadership, Loyalty, En- lightenment, Friendship and Service. Induction into Mt. St. Mary's Chapter of Quill and Scroll Society requires the Junior or Senior member to have a scholastic rank in the upper third of her class, evidence of superior journalis- tie ability, at least 100 printed inches of her writing, recommendation by the faculty adviser of student publications, and approval by the international secretary of the Quill and Scroll Society. Glee Club members, front row, left to right: Barbara Bishop, Carol Ann Belmont, Jeannine Henderson, Celena Therion, Barbara Linsky, Lucy Marchese, Ida Boehmer, Deanna Durbin, Elizabeth Straessle, Mary Louise Bauman, Deanna Reinbold, Ann Bell, Carla Nofziger, Kathy Webb. Second row: Claire Saenger, Claire Alpuente, Betsy Montgomery, Betty Lipsmeyer, Barbara Martin, Mary Alice Pushkarsky, Theresa Cia, Paula Lipsmeyer, Kathleen McDonald, Barbara Breyel, Rosemary Kordsmeier, Rosalind Meehan, Marilyn Hoelzeman, Betty Cagle, Mary Ann Chudy, Clarice Estrada, Linda Sharp, Mary Beth Andrews, Kay Lipsmeyer, Peggy Buddenburg, Ellen Griffin, Mary Froley, Jean Jennings, Mary Ann Nabholz, Roseann Burgy, Mary Kay Miller. Third row: Sharon Fellhauer, Jane Fee, Sherry Hart, Carolyn lfVaggoner, Patsy O'Neal, Mary Cooper, Martha Hiznay, Patsy Bud- denberg, Margaret Farrish, Martha Clatworthy, Elaine Cahanin, Carol Ann Martin, Mary G. Peay, Pat Taylor, Gwen Oakes, Nona Cantrell, Suzanne Murphy, Kathy Davis, Melanie Crawford, Marilyn Sweetman, Maureen Hurley, Mary Alice Muzquiz, Evedna Savary, Mary Ellen VVankum, Annette Jones. Back row: Alix Catlett, Regina Simmons, Patricia Probst, Ellen Cox, Patricia Ford, Patty Miller, Ann Marie Lee, Ann Marie Mahan, Marilyn Brady, Deanna Coleman, Charlene LeVeque, Jane Frances Smith, Beryl Illg, Dee Ann Byrn, Jancy Vinsonhaler, Rea Allen, Marilyn Dickmann, Mary Jane Reinhart, Doris Manville, Mary Crockett, Nancy Younts, Peggy Lord, Patricia Siepiela, Virginia Reinhart, Carolyn Nabors, Joann Poe. Olftlflf The Glee Club, under the supervision of Sister Mary Pauline, is composed of approximately 170 members. Regular practice periods are held daily from 11:20 until noon in the recital hall. Officers elected early in the fall by the Glee Club are: President, Dorothy Hendersong vice- president, Kathryn Brady, secretary, Mary Kath- erine Barham. The duties of their offices con- sisted chiefly in announcing the Glee Club activi- ties and in fulfilling the various duties at Glee Club assemblies. Le CM Outstanding performances and appearances of the Glee Club were presentation of the annual Christmas entertainment and 'tOff the Records," a musical variety show, staged late in April. The Glee Club made its final appearance for the year singing the choruses for Commencement. An important activitiy of one section of the Glee Club this year was the organization of a choir of resident students, under the direction of Sister M. John Baptist. The group held regular practice in the evenings and sang the hymns for Benediction, hymns on special feast-days, and High Mass on Wednesdays and Sundays. Junior and senior members of the Glee Club Special Chorus with aecompanists, Virginia Hanggi, left, and Patsy Mullins. Officers seated are, left to right: Mary Katherine Barham, secretary-treasurer, Dorothy Hender- son, president, Kathryn Brady, vice-president. First row, standing: Helen VVhitehead, Patricia Bauer, Joan Ogle, Virginia Heinze, Ann Saenger, Judy Platt, Patti Johnson, Africa Guzman, Maggi Haury, Patricia Berg and Betty Emrick. Second row: Marilyn Fellhauer, Carmen Jimenez, Eleanor Lipsmeyer, Angela Belotti, Mary K. McDermott, Ann Beehmer, Maria Madrigal, Jane Haubursin, Sally Mullins, Sara Meehan, Ann Barre and Liane Rhein. Third row: Margaret Lynch, Pat Ferguson, Mary Ann Wollhower, Betty Hiryak, Patsy Lipsmcyer, Carol Hester, Ruth Hardcastle, Betty Jo Foreman, Gaye Stormes, Mildred Booth, Terry Zackert and Dottie Hart. laecia! gkoraf grou The Special Choral Group, under the direction the High Masses for Forty Hours Devotion, and of Sister Mary Pauline, was composed of Glee for other student assemblies- Club members who volunteered to give their free An eight-piano ensemble, with over one hundred students participating, was presented in the spring, as well as some group recitals which were also given by piano students. The special choral group performed at the ensemble pro- ter Banquet, appeared at Dunbar High School in gram and made their final appearance when celebration of National Brotherhood Week, sang they sang for Commencement. periods each week for extra practice and who passed try-outs held by Sister Mary Pauline. The group sang two numbers for the Father-Daugh- MM sm, :-- 'Ti f National Honor Society members are, top row, left to right: Helen Whitehead, president, Virginia Heinze, vice-president, Helen Duelmer, secretary-treasurer, Sara Meehan, Ruth Straessle. Second row: Norma Lehman, Mercia Fahrion, Kathryn Brady, Betty Hoelzeman, Jane Haubursin and Maggi Haury. Third row: Betty Jo Foreman, Joan Ogle, Eleanor Lipsmeyer, Missy Wright, Gaye Stormes, Mary Lou Womack and Mary Ann Wollhower. Wafiona onor ociefy Under the new sponsorship of Sister Mary Frances, who succeeded Sister M. Mark as sponsor, the Fidelis Chapter of the National Honor Society elected 13 new members at a faculty nominating committee meeting held the last of February. To be eligible for the honor, a student has to rank high in scholarship, leadership, service, and character and is required to have attended the school electing her for membership, for one full year. Only 25 per cent of a senior class and 10 per cent of a junior class may be admitted for membership. A special duty assigned to members this year is that of acting as monitors in the halls and cafeteria. New members were inducted at a special all-student assembly which was held late in April. Presiding were Helen Whitehead, presi- dent of the Fidelis Chapter, and the four other members, elected last year as juniors. if . rf 5 R76 we -226 11151f'F5:'5? iff' aw" .1-5. 1 It' , ...- 5. M... - - N Members of Mount Press Club are top row, left to right: Virginia Heinze, presidentg Ann Saenger, vice-president, Sara Meehan, secretary-treasurer, Patti Johnson, Helen VVhitehead, Kathryn Brady. Second row: Helen Duelmer, Maggi Haury, Marianne Shirley, Jackie Hurley, Betty Sutton. Third row: Sally Mullins, Mona Ernmerling, Ruth Hardcastle, Mary K. McDermott, Betty Jo Foreman. Fourth row: Gaye Stormes, Ann Hardcastle, Joan Ogle, Mary Lou Womack and Eleanor Lipsmeyer. Olflflt plneifff The Mount Press Club this year is under the sponsorship of Sister M. Stanislaus who succeeds Sister M. Frances, sponsor of the MOUNT since 1939, who is serving this year as principal. To earn Press Club membership it is necessary that a student be of junior or senior standing and have at least 20 lines printed in the MOUNT, which makes the student a probationary member. To become a full member of Press Club, 200 printed lines are required, and in order to retain membership it is necessary to submit at least one article to each issue of the MOUNT. Seven hundred lines, approximately 100 inches, of print admit the student as a member to Quill and Scroll Society, the international honor society for high school journalists, providing she meets the standard requirements for membership. Press Club members edit the MOUNT, monthly school newspaper, and are also eligible for MERCIAN staff positions if they fulfill the other requirements of ad or patron sales. A socialite? Sure, what Belle isnit? . . . Queens, Sweethearts, Baby Beauties, Cheer- leaders, Bose Princesses, Basketball Stars, Actresses-both tragedian and comedian-all these go together to make our Society Belle . . . a master on the great uShip of Funw and co-pilot on the high flying plane Hlmagination and Frivolityw . . . she can manage the Hokey- Pokey or Bunny l-lop as well as a sedate Valse or the Virginia Reel .... Topped by none is the light-hearted spirit of warm, friendly, good times when a Belle of St. lVlary's gets together with the crowd. 'lflitlt -fun -0n- er-min Bazaar Queen . . . CHS Homecoming . . . Bah! Bah! for Belles . . .Bocke Senior Class Sweetheart . . . Pretty Baby . . . Who's the Lucky Guy Jurnaments . . . A Date With Dad . . . Mounties . . . Rose Princess . aril 10 . . . South of the Border . . . Candid Camera Shots . . . Pienics 'vw Bazaar Queen Candidates pictured in pre-campaign publicity photo, left to right: Candy VValker, Sophomore Class candidateg Patti Johnson, grade schoolg Mona Emmer- ling, juniorsg Ann Saenger, frcshmeng and Mildred Booth, seniors. UZCLGI' Lleefl C6U'lAJafe5 Success of the 1953 Alumnae Bazaar was large- ly due to the enthusiastic campaign launched by the five candidates with the help of faculty and numerous friends. Mildred Booth, with the ardent Senior Class boosting her on to victory, placed next to the winner, with proceeds made in the Refreshments booth. fRight, below.J The juniors, having Mona Emmerling as their candidate, sponsored the cake booth to rake in the votes for her. 6Left, bottom page 49? Candy Walker, placing third in the contest, Worked for the Sophomore Class in their Country Store. fRight, page 493 The Fresh- men Class went all-out to win the Queen's title for Ann Saenger, who helped operate their doll booth. iLeft beloW.l The grade school boosted Patti Johnson, as their candidate choice, with money made in the "Post Office." fPictured in circle.J Procuring votes for the selected runners in the race from parties, raffles and various projects held prior to the bazaar helped make the returns the most successful yet. Announcement of the result of the Queen Cam- paign was made at 10:30 o'clock, the evening of the Bazaar, with Ann Saenger winning the coveted title. Runner-up was Mildred Booth, with Candy Walker, Mona Emmerling and Patti John- son placing in that order. FV IQ' 1 fc '9 L 'tai' 7 . .,.g,-Q, ,,Mg,g as sag , gf, V071 Queen Ann of the House of Saenger, with escort, Frank Gerard, surrounded by the members of her Royal Court, left to right: Mildred Booth and Robert Schwartz, Patti Johnson and Jess Askew, Mona Emmerling and George Peters, Norma Walker and Steve Lane. 7 azaal' Lleefl 5 The Freshman Class, under the sponsorship of Sister M. Philippa, winners for the third con- secutive year, again crowned their candidate, Ann Saenger, as the 1953 Alumnae Bazaar Queen. Queen Ann, of the House of Saenger, was formerly crowned with an orchid by Mrs. Charles Emrick, president of the Alumnae Association, at a ceremony preceding the dance. The Queen, dressed in a white formal, and carrying a bouquet of yellow mums, approached her throne to thc melody of "Loveliest Night of the Year." A lavender marquisette formal and the strains "Because You're Mine." announced the entrance of Mildred Booth, senior class candidate and the First Lady in Waiting to the Queen. The Sopho- mores' choice, Candy Walker, attired in pink and blue net, appeared to the tune of "Stardust," followed by Mona Emmerling, candidate for the junior class, approaching the throne to the lyric. "Tenderly," clad in a purple and orchid evening gown. Patti Johnson, grade school selection, dressed in red net, entered to the music of 'September Song." Each Maid carried a formal bouquet of white mums. The dance was officially begun with the Grand March and the Royalty Special, "Loveliest Night of the Year." Louie Henderson and his orchestra, with Miss Dorothy Henderson, soloist, provided the music. afedfg, nn, .9 ZFOIUHQ Queen Highlight of interest for the several hundred guests attending the Queens Ball was the formal crowning of Queen Ann Saenger by Mrs Charles Emrlek president of St Marys Alumnae Pictured at right 1S Mrs Emrlck placing the orchid crown on Queen Ann The Grand March which took place immediately after the crowning cere mony was led by Her Majesty and date Frank Gerard pictured in een ter above Her Maids and their dates are left to right Jess Askew and Patti Johnson Steven Lane and Candy Walker Frank and Ann Robert Swartz and Mildred Booth and George Peters and Mona Em merling Left The Specialty Love liest Night of the Year danced by the Bazaar Royalty photograph at left. Louie Henderson and his orches- tra played for dancing from nine to twelve in a ballroom decorated in freshmen green and white, the colors of the winning class. For the march off the field her Majesty and her Maids were escorted by gridiron stars of the Rocket and Trojan teams. Left to right: Bob Kroipp Subiaco Trojan, and George Peters with Mona Emmerlingq Cap tain Perrin and Larry Wilson with Queen Mary Geneg Barry Findley and Dutchy Papan, Subiaco, with Candy VValker. The royalty was seated in a specially decorated box from which they cheered the Rockets in their homecoming game. The following night the festivities were topped off with a semi-formal dance at Holy Souls Parish Hall, which was gaily decorated in purple and gold stream- ers with a juke box furnishing the music. Lleefl af? en? eigna jar pockfgi Mary Gene Smith, elected by the Rockets as their Queen for the Catholic High-Subiaco Homecoming game, started off the pre-game ceremony by re- ceiving a bouquet of mums from Rocket Captain Johnny Perrin. In attendance are her Maids, Candy VValker and Mona Emmerling. E! Q5 ,CAQQFLHJQF5 For the first time in several seasons the Belles and the Mounties had a peppy group of cheerleaders to boost them on to victory. Headed by Judy Platt, a group of resident students started practicing every afternoon about a month before basketball season started. After several try-outs the four girls who formed the cheerleading team worked very hard in perfecting a difficult back jump. They had a great variety of cheers which they did before the games, during times out, quarters, and the half. The student body gave the cheerleaders enthusiastic support throughout the season. Their out- fits consisted of white turtleneck sweaters with navy blue letters and a white mega- phone, navy blue culottes, white socks, and black and white saddle oxfords. Pictured left to right: Cissy Ford, Patsy Cooper, Mary Cooper and Judy Platt. QOCLJ QQFLGCJQFJ Elected by the 1952 CHS football team for the year, the above cheer- ing squad served loyally and vig- orously at all the scheduled games. For the first time, the larger-than- usual group sported new uniforms in the team colors of purple and gold. Daily practice and alternat- ing captains helped to make this year's cheering squad one of the best in the CHS sports history. Under the enthusiastic leadership of these spirited girls, the number of Rocket supporters exceeded that of other years by a large margin. Leading the cheers that encour- aged the Rockets on to an exciting football season were top to bot- tom, left to right: Melody Ann Nangle, Mickey O'Connor, Candy Walker, Mary Gene Smith, Sandra Austin, Ida Jayne Brown, Sara Meehan, Bobbie Hamling, and Mona Emmerling. NV gdrbfm aa Oiaereffa Presentation of the Annual Christmas Program on December 17, featured Christmas carols and popular song and dance numbers by selected groups composed of Glee Club members. The second half of the program consisted of religious tableaux and scenes linked together by roles portraying the Prophet, King Herod, the Wisemen, the Herald Angel, the Shepherds, and the Angel Choir. Solo parts were sung by Joan Ogle as the Prophet, Dorothy Henderson, King Herod, Betty Hiryak and Patsy Cooper as the Herald Angels. Scenes pictured above are, first row, left to right: 'AWhite Christmas," Jane Haubursin, Missy Wright, Patti Johnson, Gwen Oakes and Mary K. Miller, "'TWas the Night Before Christmas," by Ida Jayne Brown and Sara Meehan with Santa Claus fDorothy Hendersonbg "Winter Wonder- land," Rosemary Kordsmeier, Claire Saenger, Vir- ginia Hanggi, Patsy Mullins, Rosalind Meehan and Jeannine Henderson. Second row, left to right: The Nativity Scene with Ann Saenger, Carmen Jimenez, Maria Mad- rigal, Mary K. Barham, Judy Platt, Patti John- son, Betty Jo Foreman, and Sally Mullins, angels: St. Joseph 4Theresa Nabholzl, Mary iTerry Zack- ertl, Mary Jo Priest, Virginia Heinze, Patty McCarthy, Shirley Hooks, Patsy Cooper, Betty Hiryak, Kathryn Brady and Liane Rhein, angels. King Herod fDorothy Hendersonb. Nativity and angel choir scene with Prophet, Joan Ogle, and Shepherds, Helen Whitehead, Pat Lipsmeyer, Marianne Shirley, Ann Boehmer and Helen Peters, and Wisemen, Maggi Haury, Mildred Booth and Jackie Hurley. Third row, left to right, "Rudolf the Red-Nose Reindeer," Santa Claus, Dorothy Henderson, Reindeer: Mary K. McDermott, Betsy VVeber, Luci Moran, Pat Bauer, and "Rudolf," Wanalee Macken. "Jingle Bells," Peggy Marks, Linda Sharp and Ann Barre. Stage crew: Pat Schu- macher, Cathy Berg, Joanne Dungan, Margie Konecny, Helen Konecny and Janice Odom. Mounties team members with their coaches are front row, left to right: Betsy Montgomery, Mary Ann Puszewski, Mary Froley, Patricia Williams, Evedna Savary, Mary Ann Showen and Margaret Ann Isenman Back row: Frieda Schlatterer, coach, Dee Ann Byrne, Lynn Brady, Nancy Younts, Helen Duelmer, coach, Betty Lipsmeyer, Florence Nosal, Marion Nixon and Ann Renneker, coach. ounfiefi eam The Mounties, freshman team, under the coaching of Ann Renneker, Freida Schlatterer and Helen Duelmer, were taught the fundamen- tals of basketball-passing, pivoting, shooting, etc.-and were able to reflect credit on their coaches. The Mounties played several close games dur- ing the past season, winning over Mabelvale, 42-41, but losing to Joe T. Robinson by three points. They were victorious over Fuller and the Deaf School and lost to England and Lonoke. The Mounties closed the season with an ex- hibition game on Msgr. Keany's feast day. The freshmen were divided into two teams and played against each other. They will be eligible for pro- motion to the Belles team next year, and a few may take the positions left vacant on the line-up by their former coaches and other senior Belles. Belles squad members, with Msgr. Thomas L. Keany, coach, are standing, left to right: Betty VVeber, Diane Williams, Carol Hester, Helen Duelmer, Ann Renneker, Mary Lou Womack, Theresa Nabholz, Frieda Schlat terer, Ruth Hardcastle, Patricia Schumacher, Sara Meehan, and Kathryn Brady, manager. Seated, left to right Ann Saenger, Mary Louise Bauman, Dorothy Raczkowski, Mary Ellen and Katherine Joan Williams, Barbara Linsky, Betty Keltner and Carolyn Biggs. Rf ea Z?cwLefLa! jam Belles '52-53 season was launched with the ' annual tip-off supper given by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krebs, the team's financial sponsors and loyal supporters. The Belles had a successful season, winning eleven games and dropping only one. They were also the surprise "dark horse" in the Joe T. Robinson Tournament, beating Hazen and Alt- heimer before losing to Alma, the runner-up in the tournament finals. The annual basketball banquet in March formally closed the Belles season. It was also given by Mr. and Mrs. Krebs who presented miniature silver basketball bracelets to the play- ers, and awarded the "Most Valuable Belle" trophy to Helen Duelmer, Belles eo-captain. -sed 'v-frrik, ,WWW Clergy and Master of Ceremonies seated at the head table with His Excellency, The Most Rev. Bishop, are pastors, left to right: Father Bede, Father Galvin, Msgr. Scheper, Msgr. Allen, Msgr. Keany, academy chaplain, His Excellency, Father Bann, Father Groff, Father Malone, Missy VVright and her father, Ed Wright, Toastmaster. jafker- augA fer linner The fifth annual Father-Daughter Dinner, sponsored by the PTA, was held on Sunday, February 1, with His Excellency, The Most Rev. Bishop Fletcher, as honored guest. Special guests included our pastors, Msgr. Scheper, Msgr. Allen, Msgr. Keany, Acadamy Chaplain, Father Galvin, Father Bann, Father Groff and Father Malone. A four-course chicken dinner was served by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spatz, caterers, assisted by members of the PTA, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bernard Heinze. Entertainment for the occasion was provided by a choral group which sang "Carmena" and "Peter Piper." Joan Ogle sang a special number, and Patsy Mullins and Virginia Hanggi played "Ritual Fire Dance" as a two-piano selection. Introduction of the girls and their dads, by Mr. Ed Wright, toastmaster, assisted by Mr. George Mather, followed the program. Pictured above are a few of the guests present at the head table. Attendance at the banquet this year exceeded all previous guest records. This Page Sponsored by Warner-Brown Hospital, El Dorado .14 lbafe Mjiflz ibaal Dads attending the Father-Daughter Dinner left the flower-decked tables after dessert to pose proudly with their pretty daughters who had reason for pride, on their parts, in their good- looking dads. With their eyes on the camera, in the hands of Ye Ed, fathers posing with their daughters are, top row, left to right: Kirwin VVilliams, the only father at the dinner claiming three daugh- ters, the twins and younger sis Pat, with Mona Emmerling, Marianne Shirley, and their dads. Proudest father at the dinner, Bob O'Connor, who called back three of his four alumnae daugh- ters to pose with Mickey, the last of the clan to graduate from St. Mary's. Helen VVhitehead, Kathryn and Lynn Brady, and Virginia Heinze with their "best beauxf' This Page Sponsored by St. Second row: Liane Rhein, Sara Meehan, Jane Haubursin, Ann Barre, Rita Ann Mather with her father, who served as assistant Master of Ceremonies, and her mother, one of the ladies who served the dinner, Jackie Hurley, Carole Hart and Betty Sutton. Third row: Sandra Austin, Kay Hadley, Ruth Hardcastle, Ann and Claire Saenger, Terry Zack- ert lin circleb, Luci Moran, and Ida Jayne Brown who shared her father with Melody Nangle. Fourth row: Dorothy Byrnes, Helen Peters, Dottie Hart, Jeannine and Dorothy Henderson, Missy Wright and her father, who presided as toastmasterg Ruth and Elizabeth Straessle. Edwarcfs Hospital, Fort Smith Ann Barre, "Sweetheart of the Senior Class," poses before the heart background where she received her Valentine crown. The "Senior Sweetheart" and her court, composed of runners-up in the contest, are, seated: Liane Rhein and Bobbie Hamlingg standing, Ruth Hardcastle, Jackie Hurley, Virginia Heinze and Janis Shockey. Bottom row: Preliminary candidates for the "Sweetheart" title are, seated: Jane Haubursin, Ida Jayne Brown and Mona Emmerlingg and standing, left to right: Nancy Lett, Candy Walker, Sara Meehan, Betty Jo Foreman, Mary Ann St. Clair, Mildred Booth and Peggy Marks. Center, Pat Lipsmeyer, General Chairman for the Valentine Party. Right: Senior Sweethearts and their beaux enjoy the dance. Recognizable in the foreground are Mona Emmerling, Liane Rhein, Sara Meehan and Candy Walker and dates. enior vain fine pdffg As their project to raise money for the St. Mary's Building Fund, the seniors conducted a contest to elect the "Sweetheart of the Senior Class," to be crowned at a semi-formal dance on St. Valentine's Day. Twenty girls were nominated to run for the title of honor and preliminary eliminations were held after two weeks. The seven candidates turn- ing in the largest number of cash votes con- tinued their money-raising campaign until votes were counted back-stage just prior to the cere- mony of coronation. Ann Barre, winner of the contest, was crown- ed "Sweetheart of the Senior Class" by Dorothy Henderson, Program-Chairman for the Valen- tine's Day party held that evening in the gym. Runner-up, Virginia Heinze, with semi-finalists Jackie Hurley, Liane Rhein, Janis Shockey, Bob- bie Hamling, and Ruth Hardcastle were her attendants. They wore semi-formal dresses and carried nosegays of red carnations. The ceremony took place before a large dec- orated heart through which the Senior Sweet- heart and her Maids made their entrance after being introduced to the assembly. Dancing fol- lowed from nine to eleven o'clock. This Page Sponsored by the Senior Class Semi-finalists in the Junior Class "Baby Beautiful" contest pose with the winner before the shamrock and silver picture frame through which they were introduced to the audience. Left to right, seated: Carolyn Rhodes, Wanna Lee Machen and Mary Ann Wollhowerg standing: Rita Mather, Betsy Weber, Mary Lou Womack, Mary Katherine McDermott and Joan Ogle. Junior "Baby Beauty" VVanna Lee Machen Cin circleb. Principals in the skit, "Little Bit o' Heaven" were: angels, Eleanor Lipsmeyer, Gerre Poat and Betsy VVeberq with Luci Moran as Uncle Pat who told the story to Michael Goan Oglel. 'iThe Barber Shop Quartet," Carolyn Nabholz, Pat- ricia Bauer, Mary Lou Womack and Mary Belle Johnson. Second row: Mary K. McDermott and Betty Keltner in "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"g Pat Berg and Patsy Cooper on a "Bicycle Built for Two." Bottom row: "Sailors' Hornpipe" with Jeanne Hutson as "Jack Tar" and Wanna Lee Machen as his 'Gal Sal." "Merry Oldsmobile" days with Mary Ann Nosal, Mary Ann Kirchner, Mary Ann Rose, Betty Keltner and Patsy Holland. In circle: Spanish senoritas, Africa Guzman and Carmen Jimenez. unior Wag? Maufifufvgonfeaf Wanna Lee Mackin, the proud winner of the Junior "Baby Beautiful Contest," was crowned at an informal dance held the evening of St. Patrick's Day in the school gym. The proceeds from the contest and dance served the two-fold purpose of financing the annual Junior-Senior picnic and of forming the Junior Class contri- bution to the building fund. The contest was held by girls who entered their baby pictures for votes for the "Junior Class Baby Beautiful" title. After preliminary elimina- tions were held, Wanna Lee won the distinction over her seven other competitors in the finals and was crowned with a baby bonnet by Mary Lou Womack, runner-up for the title. Also as a fund-raising project, the juniors pre- sented their annual Variety Show during the afternoon of St. Patrick's Day. Pictured above are scenes from some of the numbers which included scenes from the album of Mom and Dad's courtship days, an Irish skit, Songs of Erin, and various other numbers displaying the junior class talent. This Page Sponsored by the junior Class Senior ball committee chairmen, left to right: Mickie O'Connor, tickets and programs, Sara Meehan, assess ments, Virginia Heinze, general chairmang Marianne Shirley, publicity, Mildred Booth, decorations. enior The annual Senior Ball was held April 10 with "Over the Rainbow" carried out as the theme. Rainbow colors decorated the gym with the addition of spring flowers. The seniors were introduced from the stage and walked under an archway of a rainbow. Each girl was met at the foot of the stage steps by her date and then formed the Grand March to the strains of "Bells of St. Mary's." Only the seniors participated in the Grand March which was led by the officers of the senior class and the committee chairmen with their dates. The program consisted of five specials and five no-break dances. The music was furnished by Louie Henderson and his orchestra. Virginia Heinze, general chairman for the ball, and her committee chairmen are pictured above. This Page Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thompson 61 7 7 77 OFYIQLUAQPQ Uel' A8 Wllill60LU 'Mid pennies from heaven or wealth that tum- bled from the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, the seniors, led by Virginia Heinze, general chairman lleft, aboveb, made their bows as they stepped through the rainbow on the stage. to form the grand march. Right: Sara Meehan, ball assessments chairman, makes her entrance. Before the ball, belles met their beaux in the parlors. Below, left: Ann Saenger and Guy Campbell, Ruth Hardeastle and Andrew Lucas, Clyde Chaney and Carole Hart, Maria Madrigal and Gary Scott, Frances Ann Lucy and Billy Berg, Carmen Jimenez and C. XV. Cole, Clarice Estrada and James Koehler. This Page Sponsored by Swaim M Allen, Little Rock . A Q. li ll lg ,f 5 .,,, f:,5'g,, .V . 5 'ff ,. gf 1 V--A "': ,fr -A " "Q' ':,5- rw Left to right, front row: Maria Eugenia and Blanca Luz Gonzales de Castilla, Aida Masiques, Rosario Castilla, back row: Anna Clarissa Estrada, Carmen Jimenez, Constaneia Diaz, Maria Madrigal and Africa Guzman. Iaani:5A American Zvi e5 A Latin-American air was prominent at the Mount this year because of the Spanish-speaking students from South of the Border. Maria de los Angeles Madrigal, from Cuba, and Carmen Elvira Jimenez, from Panama, are members of the graduating class. Maria is spend- ing her third year at the Mount while Carmen is a newcomer this year. Both Maria and Carmen are specializing in commercial subjects and, with summer school courses, will complete the re- quirements for graduation. Maria Africa Guzman, a native of Madrid, Spain, came to the Mount in January, from Caracas, Venezuela, where she has lived for the past year. She is a junior and is also specializing in commercial studies. Anna Clarissa Estrada, sophomore from Mexico City, is spending her second year at the Mount. Because of summer session classes she will rank as a senior next year, after summer vacation in Mexico. Grade school foreign students are Constancia Diaz from Mexico City, who is in the seventh grade and has been at the Mount for two years, Aida Adelaida Masiques, from Cuba, who arrived in January, is also in the seventh grade, Blanca Luz Gonzalez de Castilla y Ruiz, eighth grade, and her little sister Rosario, fifth grade, with their cousin, Maria Eugenia Gonzalez de Castilla Estrada, also of Mexico City, came to St. Mary's for the second semester. Maria Eugenia is also a cousin of Anna Clarissa. Sister Mary Helen, Spanish teacher, coaches the girls to help them to speak English more fluently and correctly. These Spanish-speaking girls are all friendly and popular and frequently use their musical talents to help entertain the American students at Spanish Club meetings, at programs, and at recreation. Bienvenidas, Senoritas! This Page Sponsored by The Linder Corporation, Kensett, Arkansas Campus leaders, pictured in the library, seated, left to right: Dorothy Henderson, Virginia Heinze, Ruth Straessle and Betty Hiryakg standing: Helen Whitehead, Ann Saenger, Sara Meehan, Sandra Austin, Maggi Haury and Lucy Marchese. amloufi .xdcfiuifg aaa em Leaders and presidents of the extra-curricular clubs and activities offered to the students at the Mount are given recognition here because of the excellent method and zeal exhibited at meet- ings. The clubs or organizations represent all the phases of campus life. The religious groups are The Sodality of Our Lady and the League of the Sacred Heart, and the writing clubs, Press Club and Quill and Scroll Society. A series of language clubs, organized for the better under- standing of customs of foreign people, are: French Club, Spanish Club, Latin Club, and the English Clubs which have alternating officers each semester. Other groups with large membership are the Commercial Club, Glee Club and Chorus. The National Honor Society includes girls elected to it for outstanding qualities of scholarship and character. A "campus leader" is president of an active club or organization which is for the betterment of the student body and is approved by the faculty. Meetings were held regularly, weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, or whenever considered necessary according to the decision and planning of the officers. This Page Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Linder aml family 1. 144,,.,,f51,.ff The MOUNT, school newspaper, began its fifteenth year of publication with a staff of an editor, two associate editors, and editorial board, under the direction of Sister M. Stanislaus. Juniors and seniors who had not yet attained membership in Press Club served as reporters. Traditionally the fifth and sixth issues of the MOUNT are taken over by the juniors to give the seniors time to work on the MERCIAN. Pictured left, top, are Sara Meehan, and Ann Saenger, associate editors, and Virginia Heinze, editor, discussing make-up plans. Next picture is the circulation managers, Helen Whitehead, Kath- ryn Brady, and Maggi Haury. In the next picture, typists who got out the material for the MOUNT are: Helen Duelmer, Patti Johnson, Ruth Hard- castle, and Marianne Shirley. Bottom, left: Junior Press Club members who edited the March and April issues: Gaye Stormes, associate editor, Eleanor Lipsmeyer, associate editor, Ann Hardcastle, editor, Joan Ogle, associate editor, Mary Kay McDermott and Mary Lou Womack. Below: Ann Saenger with Msgr. Murray's Speed Graphic with which Ann took many of the MOUNT and MERCIAN pictures. Editor Virginia Heinze who directed the staff and headed the Press Club. if w Q se Thus Page Sponsored by Peerless Engravers, Little Rock K' :Ss we Wercian Siu!! MERCIAN with Sister Mary Frances as sponsor, Mount St. Mary's yearbook, the , is headed by Ann Saenger as Editor of the 1953 edition. Ann is vice-president of Press Club and was inducted into Quill and Scroll Society in her junior year. In the first ' d Mildred h t a h above Helen Whitehead Margaret Zakrzewski, Helen Konecny an P 0 081' P , y Lannie head the make-up section. Editor Ann Saenger plans the snapshot pages. Ye Ed, with Betty Jo Hoelzeman, Business Manager, does last minute checking before sending the copy to press. Bottom row: the advertising committee, Mildred Booth, Nancy Lett, Ruth Hardcastle, Kathryn Brady, Ann Boehmer, Sally Mullins and Carole Hart. Frieda Schlatterer, Dolores Schneider and Helen Duelmer rolled off copy, while Dotty Hart, Helen Duelmer, Mickie O'Connor, Jackie Hurley and Virginia Heinze directed circulation. Left, below: a group of zealous advertisers getting Mrs. Shrader to sign on the . . . H 1 dotted line, a Whitehead and Virginia Heinze. re Mickie O'Connor, Sara Meehan, Liane Rhein, Connie Brandon, een This Page Sponsored by Draughon School of Business, Little Rock Theresa readies for the toss-up in the Belles vs. Ark. School for the Deaf gameg the Mounties scramble for a basketg serious aspects of a "Word from the wise" during time-outg Helen Due1mer's smile of victory over the K'Most Valuable Belle" trophyg Cheerleaders on the floor and loyal supporters on the side linesg managers Hart, VVhitehead and Brady. These Two Pages Sponsored by Ditmars, Dickmann 62 Pickens ,,,--1 ,.,..M. fun ff ww A H229 mi .2 Vw lg 4.15 'WWYQQW 2 xg if .umm Ing... 'sm qs. Haan? we .Wi was These Two Pages Sponsored by a Group of Business Friends With smiles on our faces, we Belles cap- tured our advertisers and made them take space .... A lot of hard Work and infinite patience resulting in tired bodies and sore feet Went in to make our ad pages complete. . . . All you subscribers, parents, and friends, when you enjoy our book don't forget to look at the end . . . and patronize our advertisers. MA -an -eye-Lf-dudinefifi Uh! lVly Aching Feet . . . Bill By Mail . . . What Time Will He Be ln . Come Back Next Year . . . Thanks to Our Advertisers for their Support 1-LCCZC May I See the Ad Manager . . . Catholic Hi Got Our Ad This Year e Mercian and for their Good Will Towards the New St. lVlary's Very Rev. Msgr. T. L. Keany Rev. Raymond O'Dwyer Rev. William E. Galvin Rev. Edward L. Mooney Rev. 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Secure a Skilled Painter and Specify C 0 m P 1 T m 9 n E S . - f- PHELAN S PAINTS 0 for the goocl of the surface V O G E I- I S I Gilmore Paint 81 Paper Co. T n C ' Ph0neJ'f6gi4fILM0RE' MfffEe'Cemer Phone 4-9259 Little Rock Compliments ..0f.. W. R. STEVENS INVESTMENT CO., Inc. Compliments of... Arkansas Foundry Co. Machinery Repair Work BASIL E. auntns E S S 0 S e r V I C e Steel Building Specialties J. M. Rock Wool for Insulation TENTH d SCOTT T EETS . an S R Mechanical Rubber Goods . nk Office, Plant and Stock in "Friendly Service" LITTLE Roclc . . . ARKANSAS 1501 East Sixth Street Compliments of National Old Line Insurance Co. Compliments of ' ' ' "The Pride of Arkansas" SILBERNAGEL COMPANY, Inc. Wholesalers of FINE WINES and LIQUOR 'A' Distributors of Golden West Wine I . FINKBEINER S, Inc. Griesedieck Bros. Premium Light Lager Beer 900 HIGH STREET AMERICAN UNITED Iife Insurance Co. American United Contracts "Pay if You LIVE, DIE or QUIT" Business - Individual - Family Protection Estate Planning PHIL BALEST ................,...,,, Agency Manager -A Mutual Company-Founded in 1877- 4-4230-Phone-4-4230 1129-30-31 Donaghey Building, Little Rock KARK 'A' Arkansas Preferred Station i' 920 On Your Dial ARKANSAS ACCOUNTING CORPORATION "MAIL IT MONDAY" Bookkeeping and Tax Service for Independent Business LITTLE ROCK PINE BLUFF Arkansas Maid Is the Brand Name of Pure Meats SA ps s 47 3 I? '21 . -ILf"': . . uillgf. 'H M J: Q1 Y I I :..-. if FPOCIEPACYNXI Processed Only by Little Rock Packing Co. R. A. KARCHER M. D. KARCHER SOUTHERN Paper Box Co. The BOX FACTORY 'ik Set up - Folding - Corrugated 203 Rock Street - - Little Rock R. E. Men'sWear Service Station and Garage BRANDNAME MERCHANDISE 0 Wilson Bros. ' Jackman of Calif. v Raewin Sport Coats 0 Riviera 2223 W. Markham Phone 2-9717 ' H- Siegfried ' Scully Suedes Little Rock, Arkansas Markham 81 Louisiana Ph. 5-1015 l--9200 A. M. to 9230 P. M. D8.ily1- Congratulations for Your Continued Success . . . ARKANSAS PRINTING Sl LITHOGRAPH CO. -and1 ARKANSAS STATIONERY 81 FURNITURE CO. 1000 Center Street Little Rock, Ark. Congratulations to the Graduates STERLING DEPARTMENT STORE Capitol and Center Little Rock, Arkansas BALCH MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. Sales and Service 600 Broadway ------ Little Rock, Ark. Home of the Greatest Names in Fine Furnishings I FRIENDLY Sznvxcz You'x.L LIKE 0 'O 0 g S HOME FURNISHERS 1120 West 7th St. Phone 4-2204 Make Mine FALSTAFF . . . Choicest Product of the Brewer's Art 0 Falstaff Distributing Co. MIKE and JOE CALDARERA 418 E. Markham Little Rock C0mPlimeMS JANITOR SUPPLIES 1 0 f 1 Everything for Building and Sanitary Maintenance Arkansas Chemical and 'k Supply CO. 1118-22 West Markham Ph. 4-7075 Horace Cate Sam A. Southall Phone 4-0312 500 Main Street North Little Rock WRIGHT SERVICE CO., Inc. Broadway at Second Service the 'CWright,' Way Phone 2-6143 U. S. Tires 81 Batteries - Esso Gasoline Sz Oil Conyratulations to the Graduates! iJ1TTLE ROCK ABSTRACT COMPANY Abstracts - Title Insurance - Escrows 214 Louisiana Street Telephone 5-1-l-77 Everything Check You Our Need Values for the Before Home .' You Buy Phone 5-6424 ' ELECTRIC MOTURS C -All Types Service1l-- C 0 m p I i m e n t S of Prompt Service 2-401 9 MOTORS REPAIRED, REBUILT Y 0 u r AND EXCHANGED ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE CQ. FRITO MAN 314 East Eleventh Little Rock Air Conditioning and Heating A. W. J0ElhNSQ8I!23COMPANY 1517 Gaines Street Little Rock, Ark. To Buy 0, Sell Congratulations! See Arkansas' Largest Realtors i' Eausett 81 Com an ' mm ' PARK p y ' PRINCESS ' DRIVE-IN Movie " T H E A T E R s Phone 4-8261 i, 215 Louisiana St. Little Rock North Little Rock, Ark. Compliments of CHARLES ACKER CLOTHING COMPANY 203 Main Street North Little Rock SCHWARZ GROCERY 4'The Home of Good Things to Eat" I . EPS ' -Phone 4-2546- G ' BEVERAGE COMPANY 2218 Cross Street Little Rock LAKE VIEW HOTEL 81 COEEEE SHOP - 4 3 U n i t s - Radio, Phone, Tile Baths in Each Room Memphis Highway Phone WI-5-1413 Best Wishes -from- PYRAMID LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY Compliments Compliments - 0 f - - 0 f - CELESIE CLEANERS ELLIS IEW E LRY 'A' -Phone 4-7830- 919 West 18th St. - North Little Rock 1601 Main St. - North Little Rook TIMES PRINTING Sz PUBLISHING CO., Inc. - Phone 4-3208 - North Little Rock 515 Main Street C o m p l i m e n t s -0f- CHAS. W. IUEL COMMERCIAL -P""""f'1g- 0 WAREHOUSE CO. 3 0 0 R E C T 0 R k- 3608 Kavanaugh Ph M0 3 8323 ARSON BRAY WARREN BR BRAY SHEET METAL CO. Slate, Tile and Tin Roofing Ph 40335 47000 1508 S S DUTCH iO'NEAl ryiooidoas, Inc. f , .4 4 A r. 1 . 'CMJ ' , - I p 0 sa of' . . Q, mp. Fl J, x -V, Pifcggg 258225- . 2 " Is ", , 206 West Broqdfwavgi yu V- 5 ,73 North Llttle Rock, Arkansas ' mf if 4" COLLINS 8: COMPANY C0"'Pli"'e"'S of --- 317 WEST SECOND STREET Specializing in Handling Estates - Insurance Real Estate Loans and Sales Property Management Investments Phone US: 82-1341 TIRE 8a SERVICE co. John Collins Bernard Heinze . Harry G. Galloway Herbert Collins 66Everythlng F01- Ygur Cay-H Herb R. Coffman Compliments of... LEVY MODEL MARKET No. 12 3304 Pike Avenue North Little Rock, Ark. J. A. Riggs Tractor Co. X 424 East Third Street ' GFWCERIES ' FRUITS o FRESH MEATS o VEGETABLES LITTLE ROCK CAMDEN WEST MEMPHIS 'k MCGEHEE FORT SMITH Phone 2-1878 823 Rector Ave. Compliments of GUS BLASS COMPANY Since 1871 Arkansas' Largest and Best Store Where Every Customer Must Be Satisfied For the Finest ln DIAMONDS, WATCHES and BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY remember Se ving You Jewelers Sl ce 1880 511 Main St. Bakery ffl ye? mg -Phone 2-914-7- 711 Main Street 1716 Pike Ave - Nerth Little Rock - Ninth and McGowan Streets PERKINS AUWUSMHEASSERINKLER co. Compliments of... Compliments - 0 f ... A' CO' Tedford Drug Store - Electrical Contractor - Phone .4-4926 1023 W 3rd St. Ph 52431 915 E. Nintl S Little R k A k H BEAUTY G BARBER SUPPLY COMPANY El tl dM Lul R kAk PRIM BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER SHOP Telephone MOhawk 6-1769 5411 West Twelfth Street ------ Little ROCK MOVIE AND STILL CAMERAS , C 0 m p l 1 m e n t s One-Day Service on Photo Finishing ' 8 and 16 mm. Projectors - 0 f 1' 0 Silent or Sound 0 For Sale or Rent The Cm LEVINSON CLEANERS 108 Main street Phone 4.3403 5004 Kavanaugh Blvd' ' L ittle Rock Compliments of W. R. WRAPE STAVE COMPANY Inc. 7 "We Do Not Make the Most Oak Flooring, But We Do Make the Bestv fl oA K w fb A 09 . Class of '53! Y figs 1 HILL AMUSEMENT CO. -Phones- 5-O882 or 2-936 1 NITED CREDIT JEWELERS Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry - Silverware 106 West Capitol Phone 27-9656 Ffa' 1- wmmnsam mv E .MTBE HATTERH fp,,,g,4,,,u TRU-ADE BOTTLINC CO. Manufacturers Q Renovators wk 'cDrink a Better Beveragev 1325 East Ninth St. 123 W- Sixth Little Rock - - - - Arkansas Phone 27-9976 HEALEY 81 ROTH, Inc. Air-Conditioner 81 5 Main Street I Chapel Phone -L-3738 'A' Adds the artful touch of the experienced Complimenting Chef to salads, soups v or any bland foods. Mt. St. Mary,s f- 4 -E SEXTON and "K A ' 4 ' COMPANY The Graduates Si this in our home ' Sexton -Quaddpfoai If you cannoi purchase y town-write us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago C901 DI9 Enjoy . . . KARCHER'S CHOPT KERNELS I ENS I 4 Ll T 1 A at 77ZeaZ'Pf20a2wZt ' ' 'O Since i893 LITTLE ROCIQ ARK. A . K A R C H E R C A N D Y C O . 1707 West 11th Phone 5-5324 821 E. Markham Little Rock ZELSTVIATVS FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Telephone 4--9762 Markham and Ringo ----- - Little Rock, Ark. Compliments of . . . ARKANSAS JAMES BROTHERS BOOK HOUSE ' SCHOOL SUPPLIES 0 Books Q Prints . Stamps ' OFFICE SUPPLIES 21,7 Main - - - North Little Rock 309 Main - Little Rock, Ark STANDARD LUGGAGE 'J 0 8 T - 0 f - Complete Assortment of Fine Quality - BRIEF CASES , O TRUNKS HUNT RITCHIE 0 LEATHER GOODS --Complete Line of Fine Gifts- D R U G S 303 Main Street Phone 2-6027 P A R K H I L L CONGRATULATIONS D O N N A Fill ,., COMPANY Stullents and Faculty of Mt. St. Mary's 'CA Fill to Fit Every Butildv 'A' DAN T. SPRICK DONNA SPRICK CHAMPION 'A' Suite 515 Exchange Bldg Little Rock - - Arkansas WALTHOUR-F LAKE COMPANY, Inc. Real Estate - Insurance - Rentals ,liI FINOS PHILLIPS QA'-Liga TYPEWRITERS. CALCULATORS AND 7316633 , X I, ADDING MACHINES QLLQQIES Y T ji- '..-"ffZ 1 A f RENTALS . REPAIRS ' :ml ll .gf K 2 A SUPPLIES fl fb 3304 East Efggagl mam 4 Low Cosr P4919 one sro nl Bmdway Vyyww II1 LOUISIANA ST. 'S 5f0RE RERURMY L. R- LITTLE ROCK. ARK ,:,f- .LC YK. it . Congratulations to the Sisters of Mercy and the Graduates Economy Drug Co. Fifth and Louisiana - - Little Rock Congratulations from MO0RESi CAFETERIA LOUIS SCHNEIDER CANDIES BALDWIN Il CANBY C Insurance Agency GUS BLASS CO. if ChrySlerTPlym0uth Pyramid Building Phone 4-5088 ' Warren Baldwin, Jr Jack Canby Third at Gaines Phone 5-8101 Compliments of... HOUSLEY'S TIRE 81 SERVICE STATION Kavanaugh at Highway 10 Phone M0hawk 3-9961 The Finest of I BUILDING MATERIALS I- I T ll- I- E R O C K ROOFING and PAINTS J. R. GROBMYER ' CO. 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